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#1 mikeb2623

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Posted 24 March 2011 - 09:37 PM

I am trying to download this program from Mcaffe's website and the cmd screen flashes up and goes away. I tried running it in xp sp3 compatibility mode and the same thing after I get the Win 7 program warning. Any ideas? Thank You

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Posted 25 March 2011 - 10:41 AM

"This software doesn't provide free trial version or its download link is broken."

Quote from http://www.fport.com-about.com/download.html .

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Posted 25 March 2011 - 07:02 PM

This is a command line only application. Double-clicking on it will launch it and it will perform whatever its default action is and exit.

In order to use it without it immediately disappearing you must first open a command prompt window. Here's a quick tutorial on opening the Windows command line in Windows 7.

Once the command line is open, you must navigate to the directory where the program's file is located. You do this using the cd <directory> command:
C:\>cd Users\Andrew\Desktop
and then entering the name of the program. Most command line programs can have their behavior changed by using arguments or switches after the program name:

C:\>program.exe /argument /switch=parameter
Look at the documentation for the program in order to learn about what arguments it has.

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Posted 26 March 2011 - 10:15 PM

Thanks Watchman, Its been a while since I played with DOS type things. i will give it try. I was going to start a new post but I figured I would ask this favor. I have some processes that were using private range port numbers. Let me know if I can post it here or start a new one.




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